Leadership Archives - Page 306

Q&A: Greg Lusk

Q&A: Greg Lusk

Like so many public sector IT veterans, Greg Lusk didn't start his career in the technology field. "My original training...

November 30th, 2003 Blair McQuillan
Russia IT blasts government policies

Russia IT blasts government policies

With Russia facing stiff competition from other emerging economies for a piece of the global high tech market - especially...

November 30th, 2003 Michael Mainville
US lawmakers approve $3.7 billion of nanotech funding

US lawmakers approve $3.7 billion of nanotech funding

A bill establishing a National Nanotechnology Program and allocating US$3.7 billion to the program over the next four years recently...

November 30th, 2003 Stephen Lawson
From the Editor-in-chief

From the Editor-in-chief

Do you know where your data is?While our readers have been trying to shed their techie image and be acknowledged...

November 30th, 2003 John Pickett
More Canadians turning to e-gov: ADM

More Canadians turning to e-gov: ADM

The number of citizens accessing government Web sites for information and services is on the rise, according to an assistant...

November 11th, 2003 Blair McQuillan
CGI, Microsoft target municipalities

CGI, Microsoft target municipalities

IT services firm CGI Group Inc. and Microsoft Canada Co. recently announced the creation of a "joint gBIZ go-to-market strategy"...

April 30th, 2002 CIO Governments Review staff
Marketing e-Government to a sceptical public

Marketing e-Government to a sceptical public

Most countries today have a defined vision of e-government and have established a lead agency, departmental champions and specific targets...

April 30th, 2002 Douglas Holmes
Millions of visitors

Millions of visitors

An estimated 68 million U.S. citizens have accessed government services and information via the Internet, up from 40 million two...

April 30th, 2002 CIO Governments Review staff